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Espn's Ten Best Players Returning From Injury (Beason Disagrees)

May 22 2012 08:41 PM CarolinaPanthers8789 Carolina Panthers
Full Article: http://espn.go.com/n...asons-shortened

1. Matt Schaub (Houston Texans)
2. Fred Jackson (Buffalo Bills)
3. Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos)
4. Eric Berry (Kansas City Chiefs)
5. Jay Cutler (Chicago Bears)
6. Andre Johnson (Houston Texans)
7. Mario Williams (Buffalo Bills)
8. JON BEASON (Carolina Panthers)
9. Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs)
10. Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings)

Jon Beason, LB, Carolina: Quarterback Cam Newton may have hearts a flutter in Carolina, but the return of Beason should have people excited as well. He made three Pro Bowls in his first four seasons. He's been the leader of the Panthers' defense since his arrival as the 25th overall pick in the 2007 draft.

And when he tore his left Achilles tendon in last year's season opener, his absence factored heavily into the Panthers' fielding a defense that ranked 28th in the league in total defense and 27th in points allowed. The addition of linebacker Luke Kuechly, the Panthers' first-round pick, will help that unit. The return of Beason will mean even more.

Impact: Beason returns to the Pro Bowl. Carolina's defense won't be dominant, but it won't be awful, either.


In regards to the Panthers defense not being dominant, Beason tweeted the following...

Jon Beason@jonbeason
Just brought to my attention. Not dominant? Lol, yeah right.http://m.espn.go.com/nfl/story?storyId=7959660&e=RAD



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Full Article: http://espn.go.com/n...asons-shortened

1. Matt Schaub (Houston Texans)
2. Fred Jackson (Buffalo Bills)
3. Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos)
4. Eric Berry (Kansas City Chiefs)
5. Jay Cutler (Chicago Bears)
6. Andre Johnson (Houston Texans)
7. Mario Williams (Buffalo Bills)
8. JON BEASON (Carolina Panthers)
9. Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs)
10. Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings)


Williams, Cutler, and Berry are all better than Beason? I don't think so.
I think it's done based on how valuable each player is to the team and if that's the case Beason would be top three for me lol but it's okay. Nice to see Beason getting some love.
Fred jackson over peyton?
I would say Beason is on the same level as Willis and people put Willis in the top players at any position. If Willis was on this list he would be ranked number 1.

Full Article: http://espn.go.com/n...asons-shortened

1. Matt Schaub (Houston Texans)
2. Fred Jackson (Buffalo Bills)
3. Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos)
4. Eric Berry (Kansas City Chiefs)
5. Jay Cutler (Chicago Bears)
6. Andre Johnson (Houston Texans)
7. Mario Williams (Buffalo Bills)
8. JON BEASON (Carolina Panthers)
9. Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs)
10. Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings)


Peyton Manning
Matt Schaub
Andre Johnson
Mario Williams
Jon Beason
Adrian Peterson
Fred Jackson
Jay Cutler
Eric Berry
Jamaal Charles

Fred jackson over peyton?


Was thinking ze same.
You have to put Manning at #1. QB is the most important position by far, and Manning is arguably the league's best.

They picked the right guys, but the order seems random.
Bills, Texans, and Chiefs will be teh awesome this year I guess.

Jon Beason@jonbeason
Just brought to my attention. Not dominant? Lol, yeah right.http://m.espn.go.com...d=7959660&e=RAD


inb4 Beason kills everyone
But but but but, the staff know more about his body than he does.
ESPN is gonna get somebody killed this season! Beason is making his list, & checkn it twice.
Guess he thought he should have been first lol.

Williams, Cutler, and Berry are all better than Beason? I don't think so.


William and Cutler? Yes.

Berry? No.
I'm not sure whats the priorty or better yet, how this list is prioritized, but Beason coming back from injury is #1 on my list. The #2 priorty would be Edwards, our DT.

Guess he thought he should have been first lol.


He was disagreeing because at the end he says carolinas defense won't be bad with beason but not dominant....he disagrees with the not dominant part

He was disagreeing because at the end he says carolinas defense won't be bad with beason but not dominant....he disagrees with the not dominant part


I know, I made the original post lol but you can guarantee a guy like Beason always strives to be first.

Williams, Cutler, and Berry are all better than Beason? I don't think so.


interesting that you picked those 3 names instead of fred jackson or matt schaub.
It's just a LIST of the ten best. Not a top ten like you see on Letterman.

interesting that you picked those 3 names instead of fred jackson or matt schaub.


Schaub is better than Cutler and if I was building a team and needed a quarterback or a middle linebacker I would pick Schaub over Beason. Jackons' 5 yard per carry stat over the past 3 years speaks for itself. Just to see how that stacks around the league, Chris Johnson 4.6, Adrian Peterson 4.6, and Maurice Jones-Drew 4.5.

I know, I made the original post lol but you can guarantee a guy like Beason always strives to be first.


Lol my bad dude...didn't see that

Schaub is better than Cutler and if I was building a team and needed a quarterback or a middle linebacker I would pick Schaub over Beason. Jackons' 5 yard per carry stat over the past 3 years speaks for itself. Just to see how that stacks around the league, Chris Johnson 4.6, Adrian Peterson 4.6, and Maurice Jones-Drew 4.5.


DeAngelo is 5+ average for his whole career, which also speaks volumes. Yet people here hate him (or his contract).

DeAngelo is 5+ average for his whole career, which also speaks volumes. Yet people here hate him (or his contract).


DeAngelo & Jim Brown are the only players in NFL history with a 5ypc avg min 996 carries. But he is 29yo so he sucks.

Williams, Cutler, and Berry are all better than Beason? I don't think so.


Yes Mario Williams and Eric Berry are better than Jon Beason
Im glad Beason thinks our D will be dominant, but IMO, im glad our guys have confidence but Im just hoping Beason, Davis, Edwards, etc..all get to 100% and can play the whole season. If that happens, we will have a good D. Doubt its dominant though.

DeAngelo is 5+ average for his whole career, which also speaks volumes. Yet people here hate him (or his contract).


Exactly. Plus he was over 5 yards per carry over the last 3 years, in spite of a poor (for him) 4.1 avg in 2010 when we had no offense and he ended the year on IR.

Forget the contract. I just don't understand why he is held in lower regard than just about any other "star" on the team. It is a bit of a mystery to me.
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